The Miami Dolphins on Thursday, in partnership with All My Sons Moving & Storage, delivered three trucks of relief supplies for Hurricane Irma victims in Southwest Florida.
The Miami Dolphins Foundation delivered water, baby supplies, baby food, paper goods, food, clothing, and hygiene kits to Lee County Electric Cooperative at the Immokalee Service Center and Cape Coral Hospital. Additionally, the Dolphins delivered pet supplies to the Humane Society of Naples. The delivery of the supplies has been graciously donated by All My Sons Moving & Storage.
“As a longtime partner of the Miami Dolphins and committed member of the communities we serve, All My Sons Moving & Storage is proud to do whatever we can to help with this much-needed effort,” President of All My Sons Moving & Storage Mark Clair said. “We have locations throughout the country and have mobilized trucks to help deliver supplies and goods to those affected by these recent storms.”
The Dolphins are committed to assisting those impact by the devastation of Hurricane Irma. The supply deliveries follow the Dolphins on Tuesday visiting the Red Cross Hurricane Irma shelter at the Miami-Dade County Expo Fair & Exposition, bringing players, cheerleaders, alumni, staff and their Special Teams powered by AARP Foundation volunteers to assist in relief efforts such as serving meals and distributing necessary items.
Additionally, Miami Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross has made a $1 million pledge to both immediate and long-term recovery efforts in Florida. The Dolphins also have partnered with AARP Foundation on a dollar-for-dollar matching campaign to help raise money for those affected. All of the proceeds will go toward hurricane relief, especially those who are low-income and 50-plus.
For more information on how to volunteer with relief efforts or to request help with a rebuilding project, visit Dolphins.com/hurricanerelief. To donate and learn more about the AARP Foundation Miami Dolphins Hurricane Irma Relief Fund, www.aarpfoundation.org/Irma.